EDF Renewables Unveils UK Solar-Storage Scheme
- EDF Renewables UK & PS Renewables have unveiled plans for the Rosefield Solar Farm in Buckinghamshire, England. A NSIP with a generating capacity of over 50 MW, public consultation begins 28th September. Low carbon electricity to power thousands of homes & businesses, while delivering substantial benefits to the local community & environment.
EDF Renewables UK and PS Renewables have unveiled their plans for the Rosefield Solar Farm in Buckinghamshire, England. This project is classified as a Nationally Significant Infrastructure Project (NSIP) due to its generating capacity of over 50 MW and will be open for public consultation on the 28th September. The consultation will last for six weeks in order to gather feedback from the community which will help shape the plans and identify potential benefits to the local area. EDF Renewables UK Director of Solar, Storage and Private Wire, Matthew Boulton, has said their plans will produce low carbon electricity and power thousands of homes and businesses. PS Renewables Co-Owner & Director, Matt Hazell, stated their intention to deliver a scheme with substantial benefits to the local community and environment.
What Benefits Will the Rosefield Solar Farm Bring?
- Creation of green energy to power thousands of homes and businesses.
- Decrease in CO2 emissions and air pollution.
- Economic benefit through job creation during the construction and maintenance of the solar farm.
- Investment into local infrastructure, such as roads and public facilities.
- Increase of biodiversity by providing habitats and green spaces for local wildlife.
- Provision of community funds to local charities, schools and initiatives.